Artist Roxane Hollosi has a plethora of artwork to her credit since moving to Atlanta, but being selected as a 2016 Free Range Artist thrilled her.
Hiking through the mountains, paddling on the rivers or lakes and swinging through the trees are all activities available to visitors to Georgia's State Parks.
Artist Paul Dunlap has been making art for as long as he can recall. And now his art is literally available for public viewing in Gainesville.
Four bands with repertoires of ranging from country to rock 'n' roll will entertain audiences and raise money for a charity, all under the name of Mitch Farmer.
Nestled in the foothills of the North Georgia mountains are numerous farms, producing endless staples for people across the state.
Eight days before the nation's birthday, a full-size orchestra may get residents in the celebratory spirit with its Patriotic Pops concert.
For basically his whole life, Trevor Ballard has been "doing art … ever since I was little."
For centuries, humans have partnered with raptors for hunting.
As the legend of "Tarzan" is set to open in movie theaters July 1, the Lumpkin County High School thespians plan to present its own version of the classic tale.
The 47th annual Cracker Fly-In is ready to take off.
While plane enthusiasts love to fly and show off their skills at airplane shows, they like to have a little fun in the air, too.
It's an outdoor, summer pastime made popular by professionals such as Tony Hawk.
While summer activites abound throughout Northeast Georgia, community theater groups are providing an alternative indoor entertainment.
Northeast Georgia residents are invited to sit back, relax and enjoy the rodeo.
Gainesville residents and neighbors can spend select evenings this summer picnicking downtown during an outdoor concert series.
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While carnivals and fairs kick into high gear, the historic Hardman Farm is taking a step back in time with a traditional country fair.
If you can't pass up a bargain, be sure to check out the Junior League of Gainesville-Hall County's 51st annual thrift sale this ...
Gainesville High School students will perform the silly, campy musical about climbing the corporate ladder in "How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying," which ...
As fall weather arrives, thespians with WonderQuest is holding onto the last remnants of the summer sun and beach fun with an undersea adventure.
North Georgia artisans including painters, gardeners, photographers, woodworkers, sculptors and jewelry makers will display and sell their wares at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, A Smithgall ...
Despite the deceivingly warm temperatures, fall is here. And so are activities that go along with it, including one of the season's most popular ...
Chain-linked fences, wrought-iron fences and maybe even white-pickett fences are intended to separate yards or keep certain people and pets in or out of a ...
Gainesville residents who love the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of a fall festival won't have to travel far when Mule Camp Market returns ...
As residents browse through booths or climb into the carnival-style rides during Mule Camp Market, the Next Chapter Bookstore will offer a quiet reprieve.
More than 170 vintage, classic and innovatively designed vehicles - including several multimillion-dollar cars - are expected to be at the Atlanta Concours d'Elegance competition and ...
October is two days away, and pumpkins will be popping up everywhere from patches to area grocery stores.
When the field is harvested leaving a barren land, all that is visible to a passer-by is a scarecrow.
As Brenau University's school year starts, two new art exhibitions now adorn the walls of the Simmons Visual Arts Center at 200 Boulevard in ...
Even with 35 years of teaching art under his belt, Joe Emery has yet to slow down with his own artwork, and he is succeeding.
Artist Sharon Farkas has found her way back to art, and her work now has found its way to the Quinlan Visual Arts Center for ...
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